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Sep 1, 2012 7:00am EDT
talk about adolescence so much. >> s thoughtful monologues by mr. bueller that were, upon second viewing, not so interesting. >> there was a long thing about nuclear war, and what are they supposed to do about nuclear war. >> that sort of tone, which is still in the movie, there was much more of that... >> i was serious when i said i would marry her. i would. >> know, the sort of fear of becoming like your parents or losing hope and youth, and that was was more directly spoken about originally. >> narrator: then, with a tighter, more focused story and a more charming hero, hughes and his editor realized that the film still needed some radical surgery. >> one of the other things that we did in the editing of the film was to change the sequence of events during the day. >> it is often said a movie is made three times, once in the script, once when it's being shot, and once in the editing room. >> it occurred to me very late in the process that the day should be structured so that the parade sequence, which was the biggest and most energetic and most exciting scene in the day
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